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Hackers Crack Microsoft's Antipiracy System (PC World)
PC World - Windows Genuine Advantage system first exploited within 24 hours of its launch.

Microsoft Hack Causes Piracy Alarm (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The fact that hackers found a way around Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) antipiracy system only a day after it went into effect has prompted concern about the capacity of antipiracy efforts in general to stop piracy.

Microsoft's CSS Plans for IE 7 Draw Cheers, Jeers (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Although it won't fix most of its CSS-related bugs until Beta 2, Microsoft is going public with what it expects to deliver, standards-wise, by the time Internet Explorer 7.0 ships. Acid2 test compliance isn't on the short list.

Yahoo to offer video clips from CNN, ABC News (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo Inc. on Monday said it will offer video clips from cable news network CNN's Web site and ABC News, a move to bolster the company's online news offering as it battles against Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN.

64-bit Windows anti-virus not yet mainstream (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Companies looking to become early adopters of Microsoft’s Windows x64 Edition OSes encountered a reason to postpone the decision: They may find their favorite anti-virus software no longer works on their new desktops.

Microsoft delivers glimpse of Vista (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - After four years of talking the talk, Microsoft last week gave the outside world its first official look at Longhorn, recently renamed Windows Vista, by shipping Beta 1.

Microsoft Forms New Connected Systems Division (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is counting on the CSD, part of the Server and Tools business unit, to unify Microsoft's business-process integration and distributed systems products.

Hackers Hit Microsoft Windows Genuine Advantage (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Genuine Advantage was supposed to block users from pirating Windows, but hackers defeated the program in a matter of days.

Microsoft stock cheap, poised - Barron's (Reuters)
Reuters - Shares of Microsoft Corp. are cheap and poised for future growth, Barron's reported in its latest edition.

Hackers Tinker With Microsoft Program (AP)
AP - Days after Microsoft Corp. launched a new anti-piracy program, hackers have found a way to get around it. The software company's new program, called Windows Genuine Advantage, requires computer users to go through a process validating that they're running a legitimate copy of the Windows operating system before downloading any software updates except for security patches.

Mobile Gambling Devices May Get to Casinos (AP)
AP - It won't be long before gamblers are shooting dice while queued up waiting to see their favorite comedian. Or playing poker and roulette under a poolside umbrella. Even a trip to the buffet will no longer keep casino patrons from playing slots. A law signed last month by Gov. Kenny Guinn made Nevada the first U.S. state to approve the use of wireless, handheld gambling devices at its hotel-casinos.

Hackers Demonstrate Their Skills in Vegas (AP)
AP - Even the ATM machines were suspect at this year's Defcon conference, where hackers play intrusion games at the bleeding edge of computer security.

Worldwide Chip Sales Rise 6.5 Percent (AP)
AP - Worldwide sales of chips for computers, cell phones, consumer electronics and other applications rose 6.5 percent in the first six months of the year over the same period in 2004, the Semiconductor Industry Association said Monday.

Ask Jeeves Launches Advertising Network (AP)
AP - Backed by a new owner known for shaking up the status quo, Ask Jeeves Inc. is launching an upstart advertising network powered by its own search engine — a move likely to rankle its longtime business partner, Google Inc.

Delta Launches Redesigned Web Site (AP)
AP - Delta Air Lines Inc., the nation's third largest carrier, launched a redesigned Web site Monday as part of its effort to improve efficiency and customer service.

Groups Take Roberts Campaign to Voters (AP)
AP - Interest groups troubled by John Roberts' record are blitzing Internet sites and airwaves in hopes of building public support for the Senate to take a close look at the Supreme Court nominee.

Nokia Appoints New Chief From Within Unit (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp. named the head of its cell phone unit Monday to succeed Jorma Ollila, the longtime CEO who steered the producer of consumer electronics and cables past Motorola Corp. to become the world's No. 1 maker of mobile handsets.

Singapore Telecom's Asian subscriber base breach 70 million mark (AFP)
AFP - Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SingTel) says its combined mobile subscriber base in Asia has exceeded 70 million, the biggest for a company in the region outside of China.

SpikeSource serves made-to-order Linux (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SpikeSource announced an enhanced version of its flagship SpikeSource Core Stack this week, which will now include preconfigured made-to-order installations.

Alias announces Maya 7, MotionBuilder 7 (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Alias has announced new versions of Maya, its 3D modeling and animation software, and MotionBuilder, the animation software Alias acquired from Kaydara. Both products are expected to begin shipping this month.

Groups Take Roberts Campaign to Voters (AP)
AP - Interest groups troubled by John Roberts' record are blitzing Internet sites and airwaves in hopes of building public support for the Senate to take a close look at the Supreme Court nominee.

Gore launches youth-oriented TV network, Current (Reuters)
Reuters - Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore launched his long-awaited cable network, Current TV, on Monday with short, fast-paced programs, or "pods," for Internet-savvy viewers 18 to 34 years old.

Ask Jeeves Launches Advertising Network (AP)
AP - Backed by a new owner known for shaking up the status quo, Ask Jeeves Inc. is launching an upstart advertising network powered by its own search engine — a move likely to rankle its longtime business partner, Google Inc.

WebEx to buy Intranets.com for $45 million in cash (Reuters)
Reuters - WebEx Communications Inc. , a provider of online business meetings, on Monday said it agreed to buy privately held Intranets.com for about $45 million in cash, seeking to target small business clients.

Cisco, Researcher Scrap Causes Fallout (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The recent wrangle between Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) and a researcher at the Black Hat conference has sparked debate over Internet security and vulnerability disclosure. The researcher, Michael Lynn, was employed at security firm Internet Security Systems (Nasdaq: ISSX) (ISS) but quit to give a presentation that detailed flaws in Cisco routers.

Ask Jeeves Gets Into Sponsored-Link Business (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Search engine company Ask Jeeves (Nasdaq: ASKJ) has launched a new advertising system designed to compete with Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) and Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) in the sponsored-link business.

Yahoo To Offer CNN, ABC Video Clips (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) announced on Monday plans to offer video clips from CNN and ABC on portions of its Web site. Starting in September, the free video clips will be included on Yahoo's front page, within news stories and in special sections.

Yahoo website to provide news videos from CNN, ABC (AFP)
AFP - US Internet giant Yahoo is to offer Internauts free daily news clips from the American CNN and ABC television networks starting in September, the company announced.

Microsoft's CSS Plans for IE 7 Draw Cheers, Jeers (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Although it won't fix most of its CSS-related bugs until Beta 2, Microsoft is going public with what it expects to deliver, standards-wise, by the time Internet Explorer 7.0 ships. Acid2 test compliance isn't on the short list.

Ask Jeeves will sell ads next to its search results (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Stepping up its competition with the other search engines, Ask Jeeves is launching an advertising network that will allow marketers to buy ads next to the company's search results.

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